Quiz question: What is better than crispy tarte flambée, coated with neat sour cream and topped with red onions and pieces of ham?
I’ll tell you: Crispy tarte flambée, covered with decent sour cream and topped with red onions and ham cubes, where you DO NOT have to worry about the dough. Ohhh yes, this miracle of a dinner is called Blitz-Flammkuchen and is exactly what you missed for the happy end of the day.
Here we go!
I bet you did not know that about me: If you asked me where I want to live in Germany, the answer would be “Everything between Hamburg and Kiel it’s OK”.
Uh yes, pretty small radius, but I’m just an absolute Northern Lights. I love the people here. And the proximity to the sea. And the nature. And our sometimes Nordic-cool but really totally heartfelt attitude to life.
That’s why I was all fired up when MILRAM asked me last year if I did not attend Auf’n S (ch) nack with MILRAM want to be. I mean: A few days in a super cozy, modern thatched roof house on the North Sea with lots of wood and white? With my dear blogger colleagues Wort confetti and Hamburger Deern , a film crew and a lot of good food? But hello!
And I tell you, we had a fantastic time. The house in the middle of the flat land was the ideal place to go down. We ate together raclette, blown us on the dike, visited a genuine pumpkin-farmer’s wife, had delicious Overnight Oats breakfasted and – my personal highlight – baked super crispy tarte flambée.
Back in good old Kiel, I missed not only cows, sea and my WG-girls, but also the delicious Tarte Flambée with which we made ourselves comfortable on the last evening. So I wanted to bake the man and me against the acute missing a large flatbread. But you know: dough kneading, rolling and co is not my strength. The solution: The one and only Blitz-Flammkuchen !?
As with the Blitz Pizza , the biggest advantage of the Blitz Flammkuchen is that we do not need dough. This means:
- No big plaster in the kitchen, because once again the blender is gone and the flour has spread all over
- No hours of rolling dough
- No spontaneous trip to Supermarket, because exactly one ingredient is missing
Nope friends, we go to the very relaxed and are smart. The basis for our Blitz-Flammkuchen is wraps or thin flatbread. We coat them with neat Schmand, top the whole with onions and ham cubes (I have taken good Holsteiner Katenschinken) and spice everything with salt and pepper, is fertich is.
Of course you can really let off steam at the toppings. How about, for example, smoked salmon and dill, colorful vegetables or figs and honey? The version with pumpkin and bacon cubes that we made in the video was also very tasty. The recipe and a surprising tip to pumpkin peel can be found in the interview. So, jump over !
I hope you will love this recipe!
Lightning Flammkuchen is:
- Super Simple.
- Spicy with onions and ham cubes.
- The fast alternative to tarte flambée.
- North German relaxed celebration dinner.
You tried this recipe? Then let me know! Comment, rate and do not forget to tag your photo on Instagram with #kochkarussell . Thank you, dear ones!
Lightning Tarte Flambée
For this quick and easy Tarte Flambée without flamey dough you only need 5 ingredients and 10 minutes preparation time. So easy and so good!
Wraps or Thin Flatbreads
- Salt and pepper
[ 19459001] Preheat the oven to 180 degrees and cover a baking tray with baking paper.
Peel the onions and cut into thin slices. Finely chop the ham if necessary. Season the sour cream with salt and pepper.
Spread the wraps or flatbread at first generously with sour cream, then top with onions and pieces of ham. Season to taste again and pepper.
Bake the lightning tart for about 10 minutes until the tarte flambée is nice and crunchy. Repeat as needed and enjoy.
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